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  • Insider Quarterly is still a teenager. It may be mature, but the publication that began life in 2001 as the features offshoot of Insurance Insider has yet to reach its 20th anniversary.
  • As lawmakers propose sweeping measures to rewrite pandemic exclusions, insurers are relying on protections enshrined in the Constitution to resist an onslaught of BI claims, writes John Hewitt Jones.
  • Jean-Paul Conoscente says Scor’s capital strength and flexibility put it in a good position to take advantage of further rate rises and increased M&A activity next year. Rachel Dalton reports.
  • In an environment of global financial volatility, the coronavirus has brought both opportunities and challenges to the ILS market, writes Fiona Robertson.
  • Anna Sagar and Samuel Casey assess whether expectations of coronavirus-related losses are likely to match outcomes in what were tipped to be some of the most exposed classes.
  • Covid-19 has propelled the (re)insurance world into the 21st century, writes Suliman Mulhem, with remote working likely to persist for some and a five-day week becoming history for others.
  • The coronavirus situation and the far-reaching economic impacts of Covid-19 suggest the benefits of being an ‘analytical insurer’ could become even more relevant and compelling, says Dave Ovenden.
  • Andrew Schütte offers some relationship counselling for insurers and coverholders.
  • Adam Grossman offers an update and lessons for risk management from the glyphosate, opioid and talc litigations.
  • The London Matters 2020 Report shows that the market’s strong fundamentals have provided support in challenging times, writes Clare Lebecq.
  • The cost of straying into “greenwashing” could be very high for businesses that misrepresent their environmental credentials – as well as those who insure them, warns Simon Konsta.
  • The construction markets are adapting to emerging risks and new needs, according to Travelers.
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